RFQ vs RFP? A resource guide for creating residencies in the public realm

Artist Residencies in the Public Realm: A resource guide for creating residencies and fostering successful collaborations
Produced by the office of public art, Pittsburgh PA

Emily pointed us towards a “Social Practice Took Kit”, on the Alliance of Artist Communities website. Included is this helpful guide on planning and executing residencies that include public participation and collaboration. Suggestions on how to solicit proposals and evaluate submissions seem particularly useful, even outside of a specific “social practice” residency (so could potentially apply more broadly to BRIC’s Open Calls and panel reviews.)

“This resource guide is written primarily for entities that would like to develop an artist in the public realm residency, as well as individual artists who initiate their own collaborative projects. It outlines ideas for structuring creative residencies that result in successful community collaboration”



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